Read all about the WASHCost project on its new website. The WASHCost project website aims to share good quality information on the project which is being implemented with local partners in Burkina Faso, Ghana, India and Mozambique. Twelve frequently asked questions on the new site will help you understand what the project is about. Stories from the different countries give insight into why this project is needed.
The project (2008-2012) is researching the life-cycle costs of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services in rural and peri-urban areas in the WASHCost countries. Its rationale is that WASH governance will improve at all levels, as decision makers and stakeholders analyse the costs of sustainable, equitable and efficient services and put their knowledge to use.